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Fujitsu Classic
3.2 from 26 reviews

11 questions from our users

Sandie C.

Sandie C.asked

Classic ASTG24LFCC (7.1kW / 8.0kW)

How do you remove the front cover?

1 answer
Fujitsu
Fujitsu A.Fujitsu

Hi Sandie, The front cover is hinged on the top. If you pull it towards yourself and upwards you will be able to open it. Let me know if you need any further assistance or call us on 1300 364 484 when you are doing it so we can talk you through the process.


Sandie C.

Sandie C.asked

Classic ASTG24LFCC (7.1kW / 8.0kW)

How do you take off the front cover?

1 answer
Fujitsu
Fujitsu A.Fujitsu

Hi Sandie, The front cover is hinged on the top. If you pull it towards yourself and upwards you will be able to open it. Let me know if you need any further assistance or call us on 1300 364 484 when you are doing it so we can talk you through the process.


boki

bokiasked

Classic ASTG34LFCC (9.2kW / 10.0kW)

what year was the astg34lfcc available?

1 answer
Sab
Sab

Cannot remember but less than 5 years back as the product was still under warranty when repaired


Sam

Samasked

Hi, I have Fujitsu ASTG24LFCB it's been playing up lately, timer and economy lights flash, when I reset just the indoor fan work for few seconds then lights start to flash again and the indoor fan stop working in few seconds( in the intern outfoor unit does not work) initially turning main power off then on solve the problem but now it necetitate turning main power off few times for longer time (up to 20 min to get the unit back to work). Any ideas?

2 answers
Fujitsu
Fujitsu A.Fujitsu

Hi Sam, Thanks for contacting us. Firstly, I just want to check that your filters are clean?
If you can count the flashes of each of these lights, this will advise us what the issue is.
Our office is closed until the 2nd January but if you were to contact our technical support team on 1300 364 484 on or after this date they will be able to assist.

Sarmad B
Sarmad B

Thanks for reply
3 flashes timer,
2 flashes operation
Constant flashing economy


Beth N

Beth Nasked

Classic ASTG30LFCC (8.0kW / 9.0kW)

What years was this model available please?

4 answers
Vinay
Vinay

We got it in early 2017 it’s still a current model.

Beth N
Beth N

Thank you

Sab
Sab

i bought the airconditioner in 2015


Sue n

Sue nasked

Classic ASTG34LFCC (9.2kW / 10.0kW)

The only rating for this model is poor, what can the remote do please?

No answers

Anton Cormos

Anton Cormosasked

Hi guys
I want to buy this model: FUJITSU ASY35LLCC but I don't know much about ac... Fujitsu seam a good brand but some of the reviews are not great
What to expect?
Thanks

2 answers
Fedup
Fedup

I would look at the daikin first.

Anton Cormos
Anton Cormos

Thanks Fedup, the price for Fijitsu is about 40\ less and I need 5 units so it's a big price difference... I am not sure we're I seen that Fijitsu AC is one of the best choices...
Thanks again for you help


Ash000

Ash000asked

Hi I just had 3 new Fujitsu spits in stalled by contractor 2x 3.2 and 1 x7.2 sizes i think thats right .May question is this :a week after thay had completed the job I went in the roof for another matter and noticed that they had reused the pipes from the old aircons that were about 13 years old is this a correct practise and will my warranty still be ok and how long do these pipes last?

4 answers
Steve
Steve

it is not common practice to use old pipework, there are products on the market to clean internals of old pipework. If the pipes have not been cleaned it will impact on effiency and life expectancy of the new system. As far as warranty goes if the compressor fails due to foreign matter eg old oil or contaminants, and Fujitsu examine the part there is a very good chance they will reject the claim. Good luck hope this helps.

Rob1232
Rob1232

yes it will be fine.

Ash000
Ash000

Thanks but still concerned have not paid the bill yet but 6800,00 is a lot to pay for 2nd hand pipe work just to make the job easyier.


lynM

lynMasked

we are looking at a multi head system - AOTG24LAT3 outside with an ASTG07LVC and ASTG18LFC inside. How much moisture do they remove from the air? we have a mould problem and the rooms are very cold, so moisture removal, air purifying and heating is our main need, and we must have quiet units so as not to disturb the adjoining units whose bedroom is just above all these units.

3 answers
Rob1232
Rob1232

WE have a 2 storey house with our system being used in the small living area upstairs. Our living area is on the south side of the house so it gets quite cold (though no moisture issues). Because our house is built on a slope, the air con unit itself is located outside our main lounge room window downstairs, & due to the slope of the land is just above our heads in front of a small window. The only noise we notice is a low hum coming from outside, so it does not bother us especially with the tv on or the kids mucking around. We use an oil heater downstairs. I hope this gives you some assistance.

sporotti
sporotti

Hi LynM
I have found they Fujitsu i have removes a lot of moisture looking at the outlet when running there is always water coming from the inside head unit, also the controller has a dry setting that removes more though i don't need to use it, the outside unit does hum a bit but you need to be almost on top of it for it to be intrusive, have asked the neighbours if it worries them their reply was what noise didn't know i had one installed, impressed with the inside too a bit noisy on high fan but never use this i usually start on medium at about 22-24 degrees then once warm drop to about 19-21degrees and the fan to low then quiet for rest of night, i have an open plan and it works well given the area
Hope this is of help
Regards

ShaunD
ShaunD

The specs for the sound levels are here at: http://www.fujitsugeneral.com.au/products/13/air-conditioning/wall-mounted-multi-split-systems/downloads/

Have not had a problem in my current house with condensation. If the rooms get too cold then you will get problems with condensation. Don't have the multi-head system so don't know how good that works.


Ron C, Caulfield VIC

Ron C, Caulfield VICasked

I installed a Fujitsu 2.5kw reverse cycle inverter split unit for a medium sized bedroom. I think that this unit is too large for the area as it swamps the room with hot or cold air. This causes rapid highs and lows of temperature. Is it too big? If so, what can I do? Ron

1 answer
Joe_Z
Joe_Z

If the Air conditioner is believed to be to large for a room it is best to use low fan speeds and temperature settings closer to ambient room temperature. Experiment till you find the best combination.


Drifters cafe

Drifters cafeasked

Just purchased an ASTG24LFCB plus AOTG24LFLB has anyone have any comments on this product as we haven't installed it yet?

1 answer
sporotti
sporotti

HELLO I recently had the ASTG24LVCA unit installed after removing another wall making a more open plan area the old aircon i had would not do the bigger area, the new Fujitsu does the job with ease it dad take a few turns on to get it to its best, it has to do an area of 56 sq metres, after setting on a higher setting had to lower it as it was getting too hot, have yet to use the cooling side but on test cooled very quickly, on low fan setting it is quiet higher spped are a bit noisier but again find low fan speed is more than able to do the job, so far i am impressed with the unit, will see on the very hot Summer days how good it is, getting the cash back was also a bonus.
Hope this helps
Regards
David Cooper


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